VV Drama

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VV Drama
娛家戲劇台
VV Drama.gif
Launched 1 April 1992; 25 years ago (1992-04-01)
Network StarHub TV
Singtel TV
Owned by StarHub
Singtel
Picture format HDTV 1080i
SDTV 576i
Slogan 娱心娱家、娛家戲劇台
Country Singapore
Broadcast area Nationwide
Formerly called VarietyVision
(1 April 1992-31 May 1995)
Replaced VarietyVision
(1 April 1992-31 May 1995)
Sister channel(s) Sensasi
SuperSports Arena
SuperSports
E City
Timeshift service VV Drama+3
娛家戲劇台+3
Availability
Satellite
Cable
StarHub TV
(Republic of Singapore)
Channel 855 (HD)
IPTV

VV Drama (formerly known as VarietyVision, officially launched on 1 April 1992 and officially dissolved on 31 May 1995) is a cable television StarHub TV on Channel 855. Its programming consists solely of drama series from Hong Kong, People's Republic of China, Republic of Korea and Republic of China, dubbed into Chinese. There are no commercial breaks during programmes. StarHub TV on channel 856 as VV Drama+3 a showing dramas they air 3-hours before at a 3-hours later timeslot.

This channel is owned by StarHub TV, alongside Sensasi, SuperSports Arena, SuperSports and E City.

This channel celebrated its 20th anniversary to new timeslots including a new Japanese drama timeslot on Friday at 22:30 SST.

Commercial breaks[edit]

There are usually 1-minute commercial breaks in after the ending and before the beginning of each episode when 2 to 5 episodes of the same drama were broadcast back-to-back. Due to this scheme of not having commercial breaks during programmes, the show usually ends at about 45 minutes after the show has started to marks the end of the episode of each drama series, making the run of an episode faster than the typical one hour (60 minutes) including commercials.

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